Proforma / Commercial Invoices
Help and advice on Proforma /Commercial Invoices
Any goods travelling to countries outside of the EU must comply with rules setting out the type and format for the paperwork you need to supply for customs. The main requirements are set out below, with templates for you to download. We can help with completing these documents just get in touch for more information.
What do I need to complete?
For non-commercial goods (not for sale and valued less than USD 1000) a proforma invoice is needed.Download Template View Example
Commercial goods (intended for sale) A commercial Invoice is needed.Download Template View Example
- Both types of invoice should be printed on the consignee's (sender's) letterhead, Which must include the company's registered address.
- Each copy of the invoice must be signed in blue ink.
- Four copies of the invoice should be submitted with the delivery upon collection of the goods.